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charon

Posted Today, 01:56 AM

They are eaten , even though they be cute rats, in Sud Amerika.

Sir Creep

Posted Today, 12:11 AM

I know someone who ate a chameleon.

 

I knew a couple of people (and old bandmate and his GF) who ate a guinea pig. 
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Magere Hein

Posted 13 June 2012 - 03:30 PM

Soon I will be putting together another ghastly concoction which I will eat. It won't be ghastly in taste, just in description of what is in it. Garlic, butter, peppers, onions, cheese and fresh green peas mixed together with pasta.


I'd skip the peas and add some chopped beef, oregano and basil, but for the rest it sounds much like what I like to eat.

regards,
Hein

BrunoBrimley

Posted 13 June 2012 - 03:27 PM



Is CocaCola chicken anything like Beer Can Chicken?

Not really. Along with other things the coca cola chicken doesn't use the can as a stuffing. Coca cola chicken also has a decidedly sweeter taste although to really get the sweet you need Pepsi.

Personally the best was original Dr.Pepper chicken where the chicken marinated in the soda overnight.


Remember people when making these soda and or beer chickens to use metal cans. Use the cans. Don't use the bottles. Beer bottles are glass and usually break with the heat and the soda bottles are plastic which destroys an otherwise good meal.


:) Good to see you posting again Bruno. Are you well?

I seem to be alive.


Soon I will be putting together another ghastly concoction which I will eat. It won't be ghastly in taste, just in description of what is in it. Garlic, butter, peppers, onions, cheese and fresh green peas mixed together with pasta.

DevonDeathTrip

Posted 12 June 2012 - 07:26 PM


Is CocaCola chicken anything like Beer Can Chicken?

Not really. Along with other things the coca cola chicken doesn't use the can as a stuffing. Coca cola chicken also has a decidedly sweeter taste although to really get the sweet you need Pepsi.

Personally the best was original Dr.Pepper chicken where the chicken marinated in the soda overnight.


Remember people when making these soda and or beer chickens to use metal cans. Use the cans. Don't use the bottles. Beer bottles are glass and usually break with the heat and the soda bottles are plastic which destroys an otherwise good meal.


:) Good to see you posting again Bruno. Are you well?

BrunoBrimley

Posted 12 June 2012 - 01:33 PM

Is CocaCola chicken anything like Beer Can Chicken?

Not really. Along with other things the coca cola chicken doesn't use the can as a stuffing. Coca cola chicken also has a decidedly sweeter taste although to really get the sweet you need Pepsi.

Personally the best was original Dr.Pepper chicken where the chicken marinated in the soda overnight.


Remember people when making these soda and or beer chickens to use metal cans. Use the cans. Don't use the bottles. Beer bottles are glass and usually break with the heat and the soda bottles are plastic which destroys an otherwise good meal.

CarolAnn

Posted 26 April 2012 - 04:38 AM

Is CocaCola chicken anything like Beer Can Chicken?

the_engineer

Posted 25 April 2012 - 06:21 AM

Bring 'em to the Texas State Fair. We'll deep fry anything. Started with corn dogs and moved on to such delights as fried butter, fried CocaCola, fried bubblegum, fried beer, fried salsa, fried ice cream, fried pineapple upside down cake....the list goes on and on and on and your arteries clang shut from across the city.


deep fried bounty bar now that is nice ever had it?

your post also reminded me of one of the nicest experimental dishes i ever tried ' coca cola chicken ' anyone who hasn't tried needs too very tasty indeed .

CarolAnn

Posted 25 April 2012 - 03:52 AM

Bring 'em to the Texas State Fair. We'll deep fry anything. Started with corn dogs and moved on to such delights as fried butter, fried CocaCola, fried bubblegum, fried beer, fried salsa, fried ice cream, fried pineapple upside down cake....the list goes on and on and on and your arteries clang shut from across the city.

Paul Bearer

Posted 16 April 2012 - 05:39 PM

How do you eat yours?


Had them in Scotland for years

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